June 28, 2024


In American politics, presidential debates are pivotal moments that can sway public opinion and shape the trajectory of an election. Today’s debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden was no exception, highlighting their contrasting styles and messages. Biden struggled to convincingly counter Trump’s claims. Trump’s Commanding Presence: Trump took the stage […]

June 27, 2024

Julian Assange’s Release and the Complexities of Justice: A Balanced Perspective

The case of Julian Assange has become a focal point in the global discourse on press freedom, national security, and governmental accountability. His recent release from Belmarsh Prison in London and the ongoing legal proceedings in the United States highlight critical issues that resonate far beyond his personal plight. The Release from Prison: Julian Assange’s […]

June 26, 2024

What Inspired Me to Write ‘In My Head”

Working in the field of mental health was something that was never on my radar. Throughout my adulthood, people have often perceived me as someone with fewer emotions, someone slightly detached from the depths of stress, anxiety, and sadness. While I’ve found this perception arguable, I never made a point to argue for being seen […]

a person standing and thinking to leave his job
June 18, 2024

Why Making Yourself Jobless is the Key to Career Growth?

As someone who has led many organizations, I’ve often been faced with the question “Who is a better performer? The one person who is so critical to the organization that if they are not there it will fall apart, or the one whose job would require three other people to replace him.” My immediate response […]

June 1, 2024

From Air India 183 (30th May) to AI 1183 (31st May): A Fly on the Wall Account of 30 Hours of Chaos

Never in my 25 years of flying have I seen such mayhem. Will it fly, will it not? Now it’s boarding, now it’s not. There was shouting, screaming, panicky outbursts, troubling arguments between passengers and crew, almost physical punches being thrown (thank God it didn’t come to that). Exactly 17 years since my first trip […]

May 28, 2024

Why Mental Health Startups Fail and Solh Wellness Will Succeed

In today’s fast-paced world, the importance of mental health has never been more prominent, yet the landscape of mental health startups is fraught with challenges. Many of these startups struggle with scaling their operations and deriving long-term value for both users and investors. The primary reason for this struggle is their fundamentally transactional approach, limited […]

April 30, 2024

Unveiling the Truth Behind Low Voter Turnouts!

As we take part in the largest democratic elections in the world where millions of people who have just turned eligible to vote for the first time, it is very concerning to me that the voter turnout or this years elections has been almost 5 percent down from what it was half a decade ago […]

April 26, 2024

Inheritance Tax

There has been much brouhaha about the word ‘Inheritance’ in the media over the last couple of days. It’s time I use the opportunity to talk about one of my favorite subjects. Seems like Sam Pitroda raised this issue which became a talking point in Prime Minister Modi’s speech recently. I don’t want to get […]

April 9, 2024

BJP’s ‘Clean-Up’ Drive: Clearing Corruption or Clearing Opposition?

Well, well, well, ladies and gentlemen, strap yourselves in because we’re about to take a wild ride through the rollercoaster of Indian politics. And let me tell you, it’s a journey filled with more twists and turns than a Bollywood plotline on steroids. So, let’s grab our chai and dive headfirst into the chaotic spectacle […]

April 3, 2024

Life, Death, and the Gray Areas: My Unconventional Stance on Suicide

Suicide is a complex topic, often painted in broad strokes. Yet, I find myself seeing it in shades of gray rather than black and white. Let’s unpack this. Firstly, let’s be clear—I’m not here to romanticize suicide or offer it as a solution. No, sir. I firmly believe in extending a helping hand to those […]

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